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UKIP's leader on the London attacks and more police on UK streets

Only one-in-eight referrals to the government’s Prevent programme come from within the Muslim community, says UKIP's leader.

Paul Nuttall called for 20,000 more police officers on UK streets, and for a review of funding of mosques in Britain.

He told an audience in a Bristol audience on BBC1's Election Questions, hosted by Jo Coburn, that: "Islamism is not Islam, it is not about not Muslims - Islamism is a political ideology, an ideology of violence."

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